Dying to Self, Living for Christ

"When my flesh yearns for some prohibited thing, I must die. When called to do something I don't want to do, I must die. When I wish to be selfish and serve no one, I must die. When shattered by hardships that I despise, I must die. When wanting to cling to wrongs done against me, I must die. When enticed by allurements of the world, I must die. When wishing to keep besetting sins secret, I must die. When wants that are borderline needs are left unmet, I must die. When dreams that are good seem shoved aside, I must die.

Is Your Heart a Garden?

While explaining the parable of the soils, Jesus says of the gracious heart, "And the one on whom seed was sown on the good soil, this is the man who hears the word and understands it; who indeed bears fruit and brings forth, some a hundredfold, some sixty, and some thirty” (Matthew 13:23).

Behold the Lamb of God!

Precious Saints,

    Please read our newest issue of CREATOR, "Many Points of View," at goo.gl/TRt13q 

    This may very well be the most important issue of CREATOR we have ever published or will publish! In it, we explore the many ways that Jesus has blessed His creation with the gift of eyesight. It is an absolutely fascinating study.

God — our All in All

Precious Saints,
Please listen to this short message by Dr. Steven Lawson. Please carve out time in your busy schedule to contemplate & enjoy what he presents here—it's life changing! It is the sum total of all things. It is our life and joy, the very reason for our existence. There is verily nothing more important than this Truth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IORXhhtUkS8

Soli Deo gloria,

God's Glory in the Midst of Trials

Beloved, I so appreciate what the late Charles Spurgeon says below because it humbly reminds me that God's glory in Christ is the solution and the only true cure for all of our problems! I have often worried that the folks who receive our publications might not see & enjoy fully the glories of Christ revealed in all that He has made as Creator; our natural pride is such a thick, dark cloud dimming our sight of Christ's majesty (thus the Apostle's command & plea for us to fix our eyes on Jesus—Hebrews 12:2).


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